WHILE bond notes are not a permanent solution to our economic challenges as a nation, they, together with the increased use of plastic money, will bring some improvement. Even in emerging giants like India, there are long bank queues due to the shortages of the rupee. Thank you to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor Dr John Mangudya for coming up with a practical solution for us. — Edgar Mauchaza.
MANY countries now use electronics surveillance for roadblocks. This however involves lots of money in setting up the computer system, the routers to ensure coordinated response around the country, the generation of the vehicle database, the registration of all licensed drivers, the repeated dissemination of the system to various police establishments around the country, the training of the officers to use the system, the backup requirements and the services/repairs which go with that. I hope that it will be done with due care for it to be effective. — Tawana Rupasa. RIP President Fidel Castro. He was a man who was committed to the development of African countries and for this we should be eternally grateful. Let us also remember to focus on our development and be selfsufficient as Cuba is. — Tonderai Moyo.
THERE are evil people out there who cause untold suffering to innocent victims with what is believed to be juju. Families are losing their loved ones but the perception remains it does not exist. Perhaps the Government should set up a commission to investigate traditional issues with a view of inputting it into law. Denying it outright does not bode well for those who believe in it. — Brian Dube
RIP to the Brazilian team which died in a plane crash. A sad day for sport and for all those who lost their lives. — R Nichols